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07-07-2014 02:11 PM
Originally Posted by E.Hatch View Post
Mrs P. yours also gives credit to the group who made it so thank you for posting it. I didn't realize the one I posted didn't.

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Ahaha no problem! We've started to watermark our image due to this - sad that a business owner said she would give credit when asked to use it but didn't and edit the image lol But I digress! Feel free to post it around and share it though we're happy if it can help raw feeders
07-07-2014 11:48 AM
E.Hatch Mrs P. yours also gives credit to the group who made it so thank you for posting it. I didn't realize the one I posted didn't.

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07-06-2014 01:35 AM
Amount of organ meat

Here is the original -more info on it that they cut out...we also have one on green tripe if you're interested
07-05-2014 03:36 PM
bob_barker Thank you!!

I dehydrate chicken breast, fish, hearts, and liver as well. Its the only way he will eat liver. I'll try throwing it in a good processor to mix in with his ground up food.
Everything I dehydrate reeks up the house, the joys

And thank you for the chart ! That's really helpful!!

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07-05-2014 01:30 PM
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07-05-2014 11:59 AM
Ace GSD I always admire you Raw feeders ! All those extra work and dedication kudos !
07-05-2014 11:32 AM
SuperG I use liver,spleen and kidney. I also use green tripe, beef heart, lung, trachea, beef tongue but I do not believe these items constitute organ meat.

As far as liver and some dog's lack of interest in eating it...I have seen the same with my pooch, she will turn her nose up at it...if it is given to her separately. However, when I blend it into my ground up concoction it's never a problem. I have also been told that dessicated liver is something dogs really enjoy...many use it as a premium high value treat. I have never dehydrated liver BUT if it smells up the house like chicken does in my food dehydrator, I'd put the dehydrator outside. I put a bunch of chicken breast strips in my food dehydrator for training treats and it stunk...and the final product smelled disgusting as well. I would have never guessed chicken would smell so "fowl" when drying it.

07-05-2014 10:57 AM
bob_barker What I get confused about is WHAT is considered organ meat? It seems like a lot of the things you would THINK is an organ is considered meat.
Also any tips if your dog won't eat liver... Bob sniffs it and looks at me like I'm crazy!!

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07-05-2014 01:26 AM
Mrs.P Lung is considered meat muscle
07-04-2014 10:12 PM
E.Hatch I think it's considered meat as it doesn't secrete much of anything but I'm not 100% on that.
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